Monthly Archives: April 2018

Fotu scores 20 points and the Wester’s accumulate 42 points in Europe

Tai Webster

In Germany Tai Webster powered his way to a game high 26 points (8/14 2PG, 3/4 3PG, 1/2 FT) as Frankfurt Skyliners comfortably beat Mitteldeutscher 83-67. The Skyliners remain seventh on the Bundesliga table with a 16-12 record. In front of over 4,000 home fans Webster also had five rebounds and a couple of steals.

It was the seventh 20+ points haul of the season for Tai who is averaging 15.4 points per game and sits inside the top ten scorers in the Bundesliga.

Despite Ratiopharm Ulm going down 94-87 to Telekom Bonn, Isaac Fotu still managed to put together a fine individual performance. He went 8 from 12 from the floor and three from three from the foul line on his way to 20 points. In addition he swept up 11 rebounds (5 off the offensive glass) and effected a couple of steals.

It was his highest rebounding haul of the season and his first double-double of the campaign.

Ulm are ninth on the Bundesliga table with a 14-12 record.

Corey Webster put together a fine stats line adding 3 steals, 4 assists and 4 rebounds to 16 points but it wasn’t enough to stop Ironi Nahariya sliding to a sixth straight loss in the Israeli Winner League. Nahariya went down 99-81 to Hapoel Holon and have slipped to a share of bottom place on the twelve-team table with a 7-15 record.

In Italy Jillian Harmon and her Napoli team enjoyed an Easter break ahead of their quarter-final play-off series with her former club Lucca.

Harbour women excel – end of season report

 

Tera ReedIt has been a good season for the Harbour players in American collegiate basketball during the 2017-18 season.

Here is the end of season report.

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Tall Ferns and Tall Blacks now in Cairns ahead of Commonwealth Games openers

Tall ferns

The Tall Ferns and Tall Blacks spent time in the Commonwealth Games village as they prepare for the upcoming tournament.

They are now in Cairns as they countdown to their tournament openers that see the Tall Ferns play Malaysia on Thursday and the Tall Blacks face Nigeria on Friday.

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